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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Jeu 7 Déc 2017 - 15:08





VISITE DE LA MARINE CAMEROUNAISE AU NIGERIA
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Mer 3 Jan 2018 - 22:00



La guerre que mènent les forces de défense camerounaises contre les sécessionnistes des régions du Sud-Ouest et Nord-Ouest du pays
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Ven 19 Jan 2018 - 16:31

Les 2 Cessna « Grand Caravan » 208B du Cameroun ont été aperçus dans les îles Açores.







« ISR in Africa: des Cessna 208B pour le Tchad, le Niger, le Cameroun


Les USA poursuivent leur effort d'équipement des forces armées africaines en moyens ISR. C'est ce que montrent deux avis lus dans la liste des marchés annoncés lundi soir par le Pentagone. Trois pays africains de la région du Lac Tchad vont en profiter: Tchad, Niger et Cameroun.

Cet effort s'inscrit dans l'enveloppe du "Counterterrorism Partnerships Fund" (CTPF) qui prévoit 105 millions$ pour la FY 2016 et 125 millions$ pour la FY 2017.

Deux entreprises sont citées dans ces avis:
- North American Surveillance Systems
- L3C »
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Mar 23 Jan 2018 - 21:25

http://www.janes.com/article/77288/analysis-cameroon-demonstrates-joint-op-capability



“C4iSR: Joint & Common Equipment
Analysis: Cameroon demonstrates joint op capability
Erwan de Cherisey, Paris - Jane's Defence Weekly
23 January 2018
BIR soldiers are seen in northern Cameroon in 2015. The force's elite CAT led Operation 'Chacal' against separatists in the southwest of the country in December. (Erwan de Cherisey)
Analysis
An operation carried out by the Cameroonian military against separatists in the country’s South-West province in December 2017 demonstrated the extent to which it is now capable of carrying out complex joint missions.
A Cameroonian Defence Force officer briefed Jane’s on Operation ‘Chacal’ ('Jackal'), which began on 5 December and lasted 10 days. It targeted three villages used by the Ambazonia Defence Force (ADF) as training and logistics bases and was led by personnel from the Rapid Intervention Battalions’ (BIR) elite Anti-Terrorist Centre (CAT).
Reconnaissance flights were conducted with unmanned aerial vehicles belonging to the BIR’s Air Observation Group (GOA) and Mi-17 helicopters from the air force’s 13th Air Squadron to gather intelligence on the targets ahead of the offensive.”
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Mar 30 Jan 2018 - 14:34

http://www.defenceweb.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=50530:caravans-for-cameroon-and-chad-on-the-way&catid=35:Aerospace&Itemid=107
The militaries of Chad and Cameroon will soon be introducing Cessna Grand Caravans into service after aircraft were delivered from the United States.

Two Grand Caravans in military camouflage were seen transiting Gran Canaria, Spain, on 12 January. Although they had their roundels partially taped over, it was possible to make out yellow and red markings indicating Cameroon’s Air Force is the recipient.

The temporary registration numbers (N339ZZ and N337ZZ) indicate the Cessna 208Bs were manufactured in 2016 and are owned by the United States Air Force. According to the US Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) records, the aircraft were in late 2017 installed with temporary extended range fuel systems, presumably for their ferry flight to their destination.

On 30 November last year, two Grand Caravans were seen transiting Gran Canaria on their way to Africa. They (N329ZZ and N332ZZ) were in Chadian Air Force camouflage and were subsequently in January seen at an air base, most likely in Chad, where they were fitted with side-mounted L-3 Wescam MX-15 electro-optical surveillance turrets.

In May 2016 the US Air Force Life Cycle Management Centre awarded contracts for the modification of six Grand Caravans for Cameroon, Chad and the Philippines, with a further contract for the aircraft that September. Work was due to be completed by 30 September 2017.


L-3 Communications was contracted to configure the aircraft for the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) role – the aircraft are intended to combat terrorism. In addition to the MX-15 turrets on the Chadian aircraft, all four Grand Caravans seen in Gran Canaria feature bumps under the cockpits, indicating a surveillance package as they are different to the panniers often fitted to the type.

Chad’s Grand Caravans may already be in service - on 24 January the United States’ military’s Africa Command said the US Air Force had deployed a team to Chad’s capital N’Djamena, which was working to erect three Large Area Maintenance Shelters (LAMS) to house some of Chad’s aircraft, including Cessna 208Bs “which are scheduled to arrive soon”. The first shelter is 85% complete and the team is scheduled to complete all three shelters by mid-February, Africom said.

The United States has donated a number of Caravans to African countries in support of peacekeeping and counter-terror operations. The Niger Air Force received two Cessna 208Bs in July 2013, but configured for transport tasks. In June 2014 the US government donated two new Caravans to the Mauritania Islamic Air Force to boost its capacity to conduct patrols to counter maritime crimes and regional terrorist groups. Another recipient of Caravans from the United States is Uganda, which received two aircraft on 16 March 2015, to support the Ugandan contingent battling al Shabaab militants in Somalia.
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Lun 5 Fév 2018 - 21:25

http://www.janes.com/article/77599/cameroon-chad-take-delivery-of-cessna-isr-aircraft
“Cameroon, Chad take delivery of Cessna ISR aircraft
Erwan de Cherisey, Paris - Jane's Defence Weekly
05 February 2018

The Cameroonian and Chadian Air Forces have each received two Cessna 208 aircraft modified for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) missions from the United States.
Chad’s two new Cessna 208 ISR aircraft are seen at Adji Kossei Air Base, N’Djamena on 18 January. (US Air Force)
A Cameroonian military officer confirmed to Jane’s that the 208s have arrived in Cameroon, while a spokesperson for US African Command (AFRICOM) said Chad’s two arrived in N’Djamena on 2 December 2017.
The Cessnas were modified into ISR platforms under contracts that the US awarded to North American Surveillance Systems and L-3 Communications in May 2016. A US official confirmed the aircraft were donated to both countries.
The AFRICOM spokesperson declined to provide any detail on the equipment fitted to the aircraft, saying only that they are “able to successfully conduct intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions”.”


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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Lun 5 Fév 2018 - 21:30

Le Patrouilleur CNS DIPIKAR en escale technique au large de Limbe le vendredi 02 février 2018, a bénéficié de l’expertise d’une équipe de plongeurs de la Compagnie des Palmeurs de Combat(COPALCO) ainsi que de l’Ecole de Plongée et de l’Action de l’Etat en Mer(EPAEM) pour une visite de coque de routine.










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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Lun 5 Fév 2018 - 21:45

Intéressant... merci pour le Partage.
Peut tu nous faire une revue des capacités de la marine camerounaise stp ?

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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Ven 16 Mar 2018 - 11:31

LES IMAGES D’UNE COOPÉRATION SANS CESSE RENOUVELÉE ENTRE LES ARMÉES NIGÉRIANES ET CAMEROUNAISES POUR COMBATTRE LES TERRORISTES. ICI DANS L’OPÉRATION LAFIYA DOLE CONTRE BOKO HARAM.



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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Ven 23 Mar 2018 - 14:16

http://www.defenceweb.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=51143:exercise-obangame-express-2018-begins&catid=108:maritime-security&Itemid=233
“Exercise Obangame Express 2018 begins
Maritime forces from Gulf of Guinea nations, Europe, North and South America and several regional and international organizations began the multinational maritime exercise Obangame Express on 21 March.

Exercise Obangame Express 2018 (OE18), which is sponsored by U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM), is designed to improve regional cooperation, maritime domain awareness (MDA), information-sharing practices, and tactical interdiction expertise to enhance the collective capabilities of Gulf of Guinea and West African nations to counter sea-based illicit activity, the US Navy said.

OE18, now in its eighth year, is one of three U.S. Naval Forces Europe- Africa-facilitated regional exercises. The exercise is part of a comprehensive strategy by CNE-CNA/C6F (Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet) and AFRICOM to provide collaborative opportunities amongst African forces and international partners that addresses maritime security concerns.

“It must be recognized that, in many respects, African states have taken the lead in pushing the importance of maritime security toward the top of the international agenda, forcing us to consider the ramifications of action, or inaction, in the maritime domain. African leadership in this area reflects a profound change both in how the world understands and defines security,” said U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Mark Camerer, director of logistics, U.S. Africa Command. “The maritime domain serves as the crossroad of national, regional and global interests. Be it security, economic or environmental interests, the maritime domain connects us all,” added Camerer.

The exercise will last eight days, with a two-phase underway portion that will encompass a regional framework and then transition to an emphasis on national patrols. Throughout, the maritime operations center (MOC) will exercise information sharing practices.


OE18 will be conducted in multiple areas at sea and ashore. At-sea operations will be conducted throughout the Gulf of Guinea. The largest footprint ashore for OE18 will be in Libreville, Gabon. Numerous MOCs will be participating from ashore across the Gulf of Guinea and West Africa along with several international organization MOCs.

“The exercise provides an excellent arena to show the necessity of interagency cooperation for governments to accomplish a larger mission,” said Randall Meridith, deputy chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Libreville, Gabon.

OE18’s Accra, Ghana, site kicked off with a tabletop exercise. A team comprised of U.S. Sailors and Marines worked together with Ghanaian officials on scenarios at the maritime operations center in Accra. This part of the exercise is designed to help build relationships between the many different agencies used to help secure the Gulf of Guinea.

“Our Navy and Marine Corps team is here executing a tabletop exercise (TTX) with various Ghanaian security services during exercise Obangame Express 2018. The TTX is designed to create an informal and friendly atmosphere. This environment fosters a rewarding experience with candid dialogue and open two-way communication. This TTX is part of a Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa (MARFOREUR/AF) and Naval Forces Africa (NAVAF) initiative, Maritime Operations Center-Ground Force Integration (MOC-GFI). The MOC-GFI concept focuses on African partner defense forces and interagency communication and coordination procedures in response to threats that span across the land, sea, and air domains,” said Marine Master Sergeant Brian Ross, U.S. Marine Corps foreign area staff non-commissioned officer, Africa, for MARFOREUR/AF.

Through enhanced cooperation, detection capabilities, and capability to respond — all objectives of OE18 — Gulf of Guinea nations seek to ensure narcotics traffickers are deterred, fisheries trade is protected, and waters remain free of piracy, allowing for global trade to continue unhampered and thus enhancing overall economic stability.

Specific skill sets exercised for OE18 include boarding techniques, search and rescue operations, medical casualty response, radio communication, and information management techniques.

The U.S. will provide multiple training teams and controllers operating in African partner nations and aboard partner vessels.

The Blue Ridge-class command and control ship USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20), the command ship for U.S. 6th Fleet, will participate in the exercise and could be used for a wide variety of scenarios, to include at-sea ship boarding and queries, air operations, communication drills, and regional information sharing.

“Exercise Obangame Express 2018 is off to a good start,” said Royal Canadian Navy Cmdr. Peter Koch.

“Communications tools have been checked, command and working relationships established, tactics practiced, and ships and other assets fueled and stored. Everyone is as ready as possible for operations that will commence tomorrow,” added Koch.

The 31 nations scheduled to participate in Obangame Express 2018 include Angola, Belgium, Benin, Brazil, Cabo Verde, Cameroon, Canada, Cote d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Denmark, France, Gabon, Gambia, Germany, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Morocco, Namibia, Netherlands, Nigeria, Portugal, Republic of Congo, Sao Tome & Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Spain, Togo, Turkey and the United States, as well as the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS).”











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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Jeu 5 Avr 2018 - 13:39



UN EXCELLENT DOCUMENTAIRE SUR LES 50 ANS DE L'ARMEE DE L'AIR CAMEROUNAISE
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Jeu 5 Avr 2018 - 13:42



VOYAGE AU COEUR d4UN DISPOSITIF DE L'ARMEE CAMEROUNAISE FACE A BOKO HARAM
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Jeu 5 Avr 2018 - 13:53



L'ETENDUE DES MISSIONS DES FORCES DE DEFENSE CAMEROUNAISES DANS CE DOCUMENTAIRE "LE SANG QUI NOUS PARLE"
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Jeu 5 Avr 2018 - 14:00



DEFENSE DU TERRITOIRE
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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Jeu 5 Avr 2018 - 14:02



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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Lun 14 Mai 2018 - 13:56


http://www.defenceweb.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=51674:cameroon-officially-receives-cessna-208s&catid=35:Aerospace&Itemid=107
“Cameroon officially receives Cessna 208s
Written by defenceWeb, Monday, 14 May 2018
The United States has officially handed over two Cessna 208 Caravan intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft to Cameroon’s Air Force to help it combat Boko Haram militants in the region.

The US Ambassador to Cameroon, Peter Henry Barlerin, on 11 May handed the aircraft over during a ceremony at Yaounde that was attended by Cameroon’s defence minister Joseph Beti Assomo, Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Rene Claude Meka and other dignitaries.

Barlerin said the Cameroon Cessna programme is worth 24 billion Central African Francs or $4.3 million. “That seems like a lot for two little planes, but it is much more than that. These surveillance aircraft represent a new link in the chain of our excellent cooperation, and have the potential to improve the safety and effectiveness of Cameroon's fighting forces.

“Flying day or night, throughout the Far North, they can provide real time information, through video and photograph, as well as through radio communications, to both national decision makers and to operational commanders.”

Barlerin said the United States has provided a complete package, which includes the training of pilots, equipment operators, and maintenance technicians as well as pare parts and on-the-ground technical support.

“This ceremony is one of many steps in a long process of training, equipment delivery, installation, and certification events, which will take place over the next several months. The United States looks forward to continuing to work with our Cameroonian partners to ensure that these aircraft are smoothly and safely absorbed into the Air Force inventory. They should contribute to ongoing combat operations in the Far North and help keep Cameroon safe. They should also contribute to Cameroon's ISR with Lake Chad Basin partners of the Multi-National Joint Task Force,” Barlerin said.

The aircraft are configured for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance and are fitted with cameras with a range of up to ten kilometres.

The delivery to Cameroon comes days after the United States officially handed over two new Cessna 208B Grand Caravans to Chad. These aircraft were transferred during a ceremony on 2 May at a base outside the Chadian capital N’Djamena.

The aircraft originally arrived in Chad on 2 December 2017 and were initially used for pilot training. Maintenance and logistics training continues. In January this year the US military said Chad’s Caravans are being used as intelligence surveillance reconnaissance platforms that will be used in the fight against terrorist organisations in the region.

Chadian Caravans are equipped with L-3 Wescam MX-15 electro-optical surveillance turrets which give a live video feed.

Cameroon’s were delivered in January this year after air and ground crews underwent training on the Cessna 208 in the United States in 2017.

In May 2016 the US Air Force Life Cycle Management Centre awarded contracts for the modification of six Grand Caravans for Cameroon, Chad and the Philippines, with a further contract for the aircraft that September. The Philippines received its two aircraft in July 2017. »




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MessageSujet: Re: Forces Armées Camerounaises   Jeu 17 Mai 2018 - 19:42

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17 mai 2018

Maitre-Principal Eloundou Eloundou du contingent camerounais reçoit les derniers honneurs de la MINUSCA


« Nous sommes une famille. Et c’est à ce titre que nous sommes rassemblés aujourd’hui pour rendre un dernier hommage à l’un des nôtres qui s’en est allé. » C’est en ces termes que s’est exprimé le Représentant spécial du Secrétaire général des Nations Unies en Centrafrique, Parfait Onanga-Anyanga, lors de la cérémonie d’hommage organisée ce jeudi 17 mai 2018 au quartier général de la MINUSCA, en la mémoire du Maitre-Principal Herve Jovial Eloundou Eloundou, du contingent camerounais, décédé le 28 avril 2018 à Yaoundé.

Ont pris part à cette cérémonie l’ambassadeur du Cameroun en République centrafricaine, Nicolas Nzoyoum, la Représentante spéciale adjointe du Secrétaire général des Nations Unies, Najat Rochdi, le Commandant de la Force de la MINUSCA, le général Balla Keita, le commissaire de la composante Police, le général de Brigade Roland Zamora, des chefs de département, ainsi que plusieurs membres des personnels civil et militaire de la Mission.

Le regretté Casque bleu était infirmier diplômé d’État et « a joué un rôle important et actif au sein de l’hôpital de niveau 1 de la MINUSCA à Bossangoa où il exerçait comme infirmier et réanimateur », a témoigné le commandant du contingent du Cameroun, le colonel Michael Ekwaingen, saluant l’engagement d’un « militaire exemplaire, très discipliné et sociable. »

Présentant les condoléances de toute la famille ONU à la famille du disparu, à son pays et à son contingent encore en service à la MINUSCA, le Représentant spécial a profité de l’occasion pour « reconnaître le courage et le sacrifice de tous les casques bleus » en mission en terre centrafricaine. « Aucun sacrifice ne sera vain », a-t-il promis.

Agé de 43 ans, Herve Jovial Eloundou Eloundou s’est éteint, laissant derrière lui une épouse et cinq enfants
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https://minusca.unmissions.org/maitre-principal-eloundou-eloundou-du-contingent-camerounais-re%C3%A7oit-les-derniers-honneurs-de-la

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